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Arizona Regents To Raise Out-Of-State, Online Tuition


Arizona’s three major public universities will not be raising in-state tuition as promised but out-of-state and online students will face small increases.

The Arizona Board of Regents met in a virtual meeting Thursday to set some tuition rates for Arizona State University, the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University as students cope with the tumult caused by the coronavirus pandeimc. At ASU, out-of-state and online tuition and fees may go up as much as 5%. NAU will also increase out-of-state tuition by about 5% and online tuition by 4.6%. The University of Arizona will raise tuition for all new College of Medicine students by 3%.

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